I study the neural and cognitive mechanisms of visual attention, perception, and memory as well as how these processes impact causal and moral reasoning. I also consider how my research interacts with philosophical theories of moral agency. 

I use behavioral, eye tracking, computational, and EEG techniques for integrative insights. 

Currently, I am a postdoc in the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Duke University. I am a member of the IMC lab, the MADLAB, and the Woldorff Lab for interdisciplinary contributions.

Feel free to reach out: kk144@duke.edu; CV

(My sister and I visiting the Duke Lemur Center )